I often take care of “cat siblings”, and by that, I mean multiple cats, living in one home. Whether the cats are “adopted siblings” or “blood siblings”, It is fun to see how they interact with each other and learn to get along. Some of them even start to look alike.
I think about my customers: Graeme, Lilith and Frankie, all beautiful blond and red kitties, and how nicely they have acquainted themselves with each other. Graeme and Lilith lived together for years and then Frankie was introduced to the home. It took a little while, but now Frankie is part of the group and everyone is very happy. Frankie still eats in a separate room because she is a much slower eater than the other cats – she likes to savor her meals. Graeme eats very fast; his hunter personality kicks in at mealtime, as he would love to go after Lilith’s dinner. Lilith, being the soft-spoken and polite kitty of the group, eats at a leisurely, slow pace.
I think it’s so cute that they actually compliment each other in both looks and temperament. It is true: the longer someone is together – the more they start to look alike. Graeme, Lilith and Frankie have all become very good friends and are happy and content to be “cat siblings”.
Graeme – A large strawberry blond tabby cat who rules the roost with a “light paw”.
Lilith – A petite blond and white kitty who is as sweet and precious as she looks.
Frankie – A beautiful, red cat with amazing green eyes whose fur is as soft as a bunny.